Colette Rossiter

Colette Rossiter

Colette Rossiter, serves as manager for Spencer Hospital Community Health Services and Clay County Public Health. Colette has enjoyed the variety of responsibilities her nursing career has provided, yet has a passion for public health and safety. 

Blog/Article posts by this Author:

  • Have Fun and Stay Healthy at the Fair!

    Are you planning to join thousands of others at the Clay County Fair? Who doesn't love the exhibits, the rides, the abundance of fun foods and, of course the animals? It's safe to say we touch A LOT of things at the fair! My hope of that everyone who visits the fair takes home wonderful memories…. NOT an illness!

  • Avoid Overheating this Summer

    The “dog days” of summer seem to have arrived early this year! According to the calendar, summer doesn't officially begin until June 21st. Yet here were are, battling the heat and humidity of a typical Iowa day in July. Colette Rossiter from Clay County Public Health shares tips on avoiding the heat in her latest blog.

  • COVID-19 Vaccine: Third Dose versus Booster

    What's the difference between a third dose and a booster dose of COVID-19 vaccine? Aren't they the same thing? While it's the same vaccine, there are differences regarding who can receive one, what vaccine can be given, and when that third or booster dose can be administered. Clay County Public Health Coordinator Colette Rossiter explains more in her blog and the accompanying graph provides guidance.

  • Have Fun and Stay Healthy at the Fair!

    Are you planning a visit to the Clay County Fair? Clay County Public Health Director, Colette Rossiter, talks about hand hygiene and other important health and safety tips to make sure you and your family can enjoy the fair.

  • Delta Variant is Rapidly Spreading in the Midwest Leading to Increased Hospitalizations

    While local COVID-19 positivity rates have remained low in recent months, several other states, including Iowa's neighboring state of Missouri, are seeing another surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations among unvaccinated individuals. The main reason we are seeing a reemergence of the virus is due to the Delta coronavirus variant, which is known to be the most contagious strain of the virus currently.

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